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Take a Number: Cancer in Retreat on One Front: Fewer Children Are Dying

Deaths from childhood cancer fell 20 percent in the United States from 1999 to 2014. Clinical trials have led to small changes in practice, one expert said.
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GOOD: Cancer in Retreat on One Front: Fewer Children Are Dying….

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GOOD: Cancer in Retreat on One Front: Fewer Children Are Dying.


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